Rasberry Crazy Ant Extermination & Control in Austin, TX
Commercial business owners and residential homeowners throughout the Greater Austin, Texas area have a reliable resource when it comes to the pest control in A-Tex Pest Management, as we are fully licensed and insured to offer our professional expertise at affordable rates. We are 100% committed to bringing our customers a notable experience by delivering respectful and friendly customer service, phenomenal work ethics and moral standards while ensuring superior execution on all services rendered. A-Tex Pest Management technicians are the best in the field, having been masterfully trained, accumulating the experience, and enriching their remarkable skills. In addition, we utilize premium products and equipment exclusively available to licensed professionals to ensure our valuable customers receive nothing less than maximum results.
Rasberry Crazy Ant Nests & Colonies
The crazy ants are very adaptable, being able to thrive in both dry and humid climates. They prefer to nest in rotten wood and soil along with the abandoned cavities of trees and plants, within trash and under rocks and building materials. However, crazy ants are incapable of surviving in extremely cold climates and if the temperatures drop to disagreeable temperatures, they will always look for the artificial warmth found in your home or business. Crazy ant colonies range anywhere from 1500 to 2500 individual ants, which can be located by following the work ants getting the food back to their colony.
Crazy Ant Infestations
Out of all the ant species found in Austin, Texas, crazy ants the most difficult to contain as they can easily live outside and inside and forage over great distances to find food away from their nests, making locating their nests increasingly difficult. If you have an infestation of crazy ants in your home or business in the Greater Austin, Texas area you may notice the ants trailing from their nests in an attempt to find food and water.
Rasberry Crazy Ant Infestation Extermination & Control in Austin, Round Rock, Leander, Pflugerville & Cedar Park, Texas
Eliminating their food and water sources is the best way to get crazy ants to move on from your home. Make sure cupboards and pantries are kept clean and crumb free and you keep on kitchen chores. If you have a crazy ant infestation, professional treatment is the most effective way to ensure they are completely eradicated and A-Tex Pest Management has the experience and expertise to rid your home or business crazy ants. Call A-Tex Pest Management today and let us do the rest.
Crazy Ant Identification, Diet & Origin
Throughout Austin, Texas and surrounding areas the homes and businesses have been overwhelmed with crazy ant infestations. Crazy ants were rightfully named due to their frantic movements and seemingly erratic behavior. This species actually originated from Southeast Asia, but it is a rather invasive pest found all over the world, especially in our own backyards. Crazy ants typically are dark brown and range to black in color and can measure up to 1/8” long. Their elongated antennae are equipped with 12 segments, minus a club and their legs are distinctively long. The crazy ants seen terrorizing your Greater Austin, Texas home or business are omnivorous, meaning they will eat nearly anything; dead and living insects, honeydew produced from insects, fruit, plant secretion, seeds, and a variety of options found in your home like sweets, meats, greasy, and liquid products.
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